Terna buys Fassi loader cranes

By Christian Shelton01 August 2019

Italian transmission system operator Terna has bought 14 Iveco 4x4 trucks fitted with Fassi F32A.0.23 cranes. The Fassi F32A.0.23 triple-boom cranes are in the 2.75 tonne-metre / 27 kNm load capacity class and have a maximum hydraulic outreach of 6.9 metres.

The cranes were supplied with remote controls and set up to take the FAB 1S personnel lift basket. Also fitted to the vehicles were an Orsi/Assaloni PK2450 snowplough, a fixed truck bed, and an Orlandi A50-XS towing hook. They have a residual load capacity of 1,500 kg.

The fitting was carried out by Italian company Briccolani which has been handling fitting operations on behalf of Fassi for more than 40 years.


14 Iveco trucks have been equipped with Fassi F32A cranes


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